For a second, I thought that is so great. How often, in the first interview after you win the championship, do you quote the slogan of your shoe sponsor (adidas pays Garnett for his endorsement)? And then I thought, wait, did he just say, "Anything is possible?" That's not adidas' slogan. Their slogan is "Impossible Is Nothing.One of Rovell's readers points out that Li-Ning, a Chinese shoe company, already has "Anything Is Possible" pegged as their slogan, albeit in Chinese (yiqie jieyou keneng). So either Garnett messed up or he just didn't mean to do any advertising at all.
I am siding with the latter argument -- while it is a spectacular time to give a shoutout to the people that pay you millions of dollars a year to wear shoes -- that there's no way Garnett could have planned out a speech-style advertisement and then screwed it up.
Don't get me wrong, I think that is something we will see soon following a sporting event, and already have to an extent, with boxers getting tattoos and what not. But KG just doesn't seem like the type to take it to that level in any of the "big three" sports. Too intense and honest, even if that scene last night was out of a meth-inspired Under Armour ad.